Saints Foundation is the charity of Southampton FC, doing excellent work in their community. It was an honour to create this video for them setting out their vision for the work they do across Southampton.
I was approached by The Driver Youth Trust to create a video that would explain both their findings on the current state of SEND education in Britain and their visions for its future.
The challenge was to cover an extremely complex and nuanced subject accurately and clearly, whilst still representing the human side of the issue.
The Driver Youth Trust is a national charity dedicated to improving the life chances of children and young people with a focus on those with literacy difficulties and who may have SEND, particularly children with dyslexia.
DNA gif from Driver Youth Trust project
I was approached by the charity ARK to make a short film explaining their vision for the future of Ugandan education and how their academy model can work in a developing nation.
The film was initially used for their major annual fundraising gala event and then adapted to be a stand-alone piece.
Working with the Red Cross again I created a video to explain and highlight the work of their logistics department, GLS. Keeping with the Red Cross branding and simplifying a complex global organisation, a simple line and sphere motif was developed.
Sound by Guilt Free Post, voiceover by Michael Fenton Stevens.
Fairtrade were after a video to promote their presence in the London Olympics and build on the success of the Take A Step campaign. With the Eye Of The Liger soundtrack and as many Olympic sports as we could squeeze into 60 seconds, it was for a period the most popular not-for-profit video on Youtube…!
The British Red Cross approached me to create a full graphical package for their annual excellence awards ceremony at the NEC. These had to be fully adaptive and applicable across a range of categories.
Used as an introduction to the whole ceremony, stings for nominees and award announcements.
A four episode series of animations for the Diocese Of London’s Christmas teaching packs. Whilst other material taught an orthodox version of the nativity story, these animations were intended to be an irreverent take on those events and a light-hearted introduction to the lessons.
Used in hundreds of schools across London, each four minute episode was created by myself, including writing and recording the theme tune. Vocals were provided by Jake Morley, character voices by Morgan Thomas and banjo by Jamie Munday.